Want to learn how to tell your story and show it with data? This data visualization course will teach you how to design interactive charts and customized maps to illustrate your work.
You’ll start off with easy-to-learn tools, then gradually work our way up to editing open-source code templates with GitHub. You’ll follow step-by-step tutorials with video screencasts, and share your work for feedback on the web. You’ll see real-world examples drawn from Trinity College students working with community organizations in the City of Hartford, Connecticut.
This course is suitable for non-profit organizations, small business owners, local governments, journalists, academics, or anyone who wants to tell their story and show the data. No prior experience is required.
Begins on: Feb 28
Length: 6 weeks
Time involved: 3 hours/week
Price: Free, with a Verified Certificate available for $49
Institution: Trinity college (Hartford, CT)
You can register online for this class here.
Thinking of writing an article for a peer-reviewed journal? Want to learn effective strategies that will help you to get it published? Then this free webinar may be of interest to you!
Editors and directors from the Public Health Reports present this one-hour webinar to help public health practitioners at the state and local levels turn their work into manuscripts for publication. The speakers will discuss general strategy of what is needed to begin thinking about an article for peer-reviewed literature, how to structure it, how to plan it, how to execute it, and how to position it so that it will be attractive to journals and their peer reviewers.
When: Thursday, Feb 16
Time: 10-11 am Pacific time
You can RSVP online here.
Adam Matthew has put together a webinar on the East India Company resource.
Guest Speakers include:
Adam Matthew Digital is hosting a webinar on the British in India, featuring Dr. Kate Boehme, Research Fellow at the University of Sussex. Dr Boehme holds a PhD in History from the University of Cambridge, for which her thesis analysed the development of Indian business networks in and around Bombay in the mid-nineteenth century. Her article “Smuggling India: Deconstructing Western India’s Illicit Export Trade, 1818-1870” was published in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society in June 2015.
They will be using rare primary sources to revisit Britain’s complex involvement in India, from their earliest presence as traders on the Indian subcontinent in the eighteenth century, through to their military governance in the years that followed.
The webinar will be offered twice on August 31, 2016: at 7 am PST and 12 pm PST.
The Library subscribes to many digital primary source databases provided by Adam Matthew Digital. The company is offering a free webinar on Wednesday, May 13, that will “provide researchers of consumer culture, trade and commerce, business, advertising, marketing and human geography with a detailed overview of “:
The webinar will be offered at two times: 7am and 12pm.